SUIT


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AcronymDefinition
SUITSimple User Interface Toolkit
SUITSpace Utility Instruments Tactical (Gundam anime)
SUITShut Up Immature Teenager
SUITSouthern Ute Indian Tribe
SUITSmall Unit Infantry Tactics
SUITMen's Wearhouse (NASDAQ stock symbol)
References in classic literature ?
Therefore, I have taken the liberty of providing a pretty street suit for Rose.
Had I such a suit, I might at once find out what men in my realms are unfit for their office, and also be able to distinguish the wise from the foolish
And--oh, yes--a water-front comrade of earlier years drifted along one day with a dress suit wrapped in newspapers.
There is another well-known suit in Chancery, not yet decided, which was commenced before the close of the last century and in which more than double the amount of seventy thousand pounds has been swallowed up in costs.
He said that a man with a suit like that bad no right to stop indoors.
Now I must either bundle it back in to my tin kitchen to mold, pay for printing it myself, or chop it up to suit purchasers and get what I can for it.
He's gone and burned up his wife's new, brown broadcloth suit, that she paid twenty-five dollars for in Charlottetown, because he declares the men looked too admiring at her when she wore it to church the first time.
he cried, "when I see at least fifty suits on the floor.
Souls have complexions too: what will suit one will not suit another.
They presented Don Quixote with a hunting suit, and Sancho with another of the finest green cloth; but Don Quixote declined to put his on, saying that he must soon return to the hard pursuit of arms, and could not carry wardrobes or stores with him.
I must have no nonsense on that point; it would never suit me.
Thanksgiving found him with his black suit in pawn and unable to accept the Morses' invitation to dinner.